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the interposition of the general officers, and orders have been issued forbidding it in future. Northern account of Stuart's Cavalry dash. The Yankees have given up calling the late cavalry dash of Stuart "a small maranding expedition." A lStuart "a small maranding expedition." A letter in the N. Y. Times acknowledges the corn, and is interesting enough to give in full: White House, Va., Saturday, June 14, 1862. Scarcely since the commencement of the Peninsular campaign has there been more excitement among a large por slight force in this vicinity, momentarily expecting an attack, rested on their arms. It was afterwards learned that Gen. Stuart and Col. Lee, with 1,200 Virginia cavalry, had visited during the night the hospital at Baltimore Store — about four mHe is a bitter Secessionist, and has always done what he could for the enemy and against us. He says that Col. Lee and Gen. Stuart stopped at his house Friday night, but professes to have been ignorant of their movements. The other prominent man ta
The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], The capture of the battery at Ellyson's Mills. (search)
Since the late hasty stampede of the Federals from the vicinity of the Chickahominy, Northern papers have been abundant. The Confederate Reading Room, corner of 11th and Main streets, has been especially lucky in laying in a supply. The cut in Harper's Weekly of Stuart's cavalry firing into the Yankee train near Tunstall's Station, as a piece of imaginative decoration, is extremely rich. It can be seen at the reading room.
were lying — between Berkeley and Westover. No firing was heard on the river yesterday morning. Before leaving Shirley the Yankees robbed Mr. Carter, the owner of the estate, of all his stock. Phis of the enemy on Thursday. A member of Stuart's Cavalry, who left the scene of operations on Thursday afternoon, informs us that the mass of the diminished army was then at Westover, on the north side of James river, some thirteen miles below City Point. McClellan's headquarters were at Berzer, while on a reconnoissance down the river, was captured by one of the enemy's ships. The Teazer was originally a tugboat and carries two guns. Artillery Duel. An engagement took place on Thursday morning between Pelham's Battery, of Stuart's Horse Artillery, and a battery of the enemy's rifled guns. On our side there were only two small brass pieces, but they kept up a vigorous fire until their ammunition was exhausted when they withdrew from the contest. A body of cavalry was the